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January 12, 2018 ink-pedia:mr.k_tattoo

Mikhail Subotzky & Patrick Waterhouse - Ponte City, 2008-10 Subotzky & Waterhouse documented Ponte City, an apartment complex in Johannesburg in South Africa, over five years, returning repeatedly to document every door, every television, and the view from every window. (at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art)

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WHAT’S ON: Cosima Von Bonin: Who’s Exploiting Who In The Deep Sea? April 9 - August 7, 2016. Glasgow International 2016, at Gallery of Modern Art, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow, G1 3AH. The exhibition is co-curated by Director Sarah McCrory and SculptureCenter’s Curator Ruba Katrib. Click here, to view information about the upcoming Cosima Von Bonin exhibition, opening September 18, 2016 at SculptureCenter. Curated by Ruba Katrib.Installation view, Cosima von Bonin: Who’s Exploiting Who in the...

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March 1, 2012 MICHAEL TODD

dailyoverview: Over the next few days, thousands of people from around the world will head to the desert in Nevada, USA to construct Black Rock City. Laid out in a grid plan with radiating avenues named after the numbers on a clock, the city serves as home to roughly 60,000 people for Burning Man, an annual week-long event. Burning Man is described as an experiment in community, art, self-expression, and radical self-reliance. Additionally residents in Black Rock City practice one of the event’...

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larapaulussen:Currently I’m rereading the harry potter books. Heres Harry and Hermione in the forbidden forest near the end of book one.

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Time Out New York includes our Richard Pousette-Dart exhibition in their round up. On view now! Wed- Fri 12-6pm | Thurs 12-8pm “Richard Pousette-Dart: 1930s” Pousette-Dart was a key figure of the postwar New York School, a contemporary of Pollack and De Kooning whose work is generally associated with Abstract Expressionism. He’s best known for dense, overall compositions built out of small daubs of paint covering the surface of the canvas. But like all members of New York in the years before the...

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November 20, 2014 Katie Paterson

not here, there not now, then not it, but us check out my photos and leave me your feedback. you can find black and whites, mostly analogue photos on my tumblr. love, the eyes are the camera

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m456g785445-kkkk-j4h58f7f8g9gl88: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Milo-HR/542464999139202 a drawing of mine 

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Mike Shine wrote us and included this brilliant photo. He wrote, Maybe the funniest, weirdest, darkest thing I’ve seen in a long time. This guy was on the shoulder of the road on the way to our location near Santa Clarita outside LA. A road kill racoon balloon. Amazing.

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May 22, 2015 allchrome.tv

To know all the informations on my Artworks(size,price,etc…) visit my websites:http://www.claudioparentela.net/ / and http://claudioparentel.altervista.org/All images copyright ©Claudio Parentela.All rights reserved.No unauthorized duplication of any kind

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moma: Happy birthday to Frank Stella! Stella made this painting for MoMA’s exhibition Sixteen Americans in 1959, at which time the Museum purchased it. “Stella talked about wanting to create a picture that would have a strong and immediate visual impact “an imprint,” he called it,” says curator Leah Dickerman. [Installation view: Frank Stella. The Marriage of Reason and Squalor, II. 1959. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]

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Hymn 1900 Carlos Schwabe This painting is made based on Charles Baudelaire’s book, Les Fleurs du mal: To the dearest, fairest womanWho sets my heart ablaze with light,To the angel, the immortal idol,Greetings in immortality !She permeates my lifeLike air impregnated with saltAnd into my unsated soulPours the taste for the eternal.Sachet, ever fresh, that perfumesThe atmosphere of a dear nook,Forgotten censer smolderingSecretly through the night,Everlasting love, how can IDescribe you trut...

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December 19, 2014 Kent Andreasen

July 17, 2015: “While visiting the Whitney Museum in New York City, the President hugged his daughter Malia as they looked at the art work.” (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)From Behind the Lens: 2015 Year in Photographs by Pete Souza, chief official White House photographer

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‘She’ by #Istanbul photographer Suzan Pektaş (@sznpkt), who once told us,“ I am mostly concerned with the existence and consciousness of the individual in different environments. Many of these individuals, irrespective of the space they exist in, are in a deep solitude, unseen, untouched. In some of my work, I aim to capture and recreate this solitude, but not in a sad sense, rather as an appreciation of the ordinary people and their singular consciousness. I want to create a c...

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arthuntblog: Vasa Velizar Mihich [Yugoslavia] (b 1933) ~ “3 Graces”, 2013. Acrylic Polymer (34 x 20.5 x 3 cm).

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the-drawing-center: The Intuitionists is a collaborative project organized by artists Heather Hart, Steffani Jemison, and Jina Valentine inspired by Colson Whitehead’s novel The Intuitionist. The book is a work of speculative fiction that explores the relationship between progress, technology, and difference. Hart, Jemison, and Valentine used phrases from the text as inspiration for unusual keywords used to search The Drawing Center’s Viewing Program database.  Over 60 artists were invite...

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Esther Boesche is a multidisciplinary artist who was born in Northern Germany and lives and works in Brooklyn. In her work she is observing influences and characteristics of social, political and anthropological systems. Esther Boesche has studied Design and Photography at the Muthesius School of Arts in Germany and recently received her MFA from the International Center of Photography in New York. She has exhibited in various places in Germany and the United States. She was awarded with the DAA...

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exasperated-viewer-on-air: Cerith Wyn Evans - Just play me two bars of stardust, 2011 (HQ PHOTO) neon yay! 4 1/10 × 79 1/10 in (10.5 × 201 cm) Edition 2/3

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I’m thrilled to be in the July issue of PDN, an issue dedicated to fine art photography. There’s an article about my work called “Prospecting the Cold Vein” (I love the title) by Dzana Tsomondo. Big thanks to Conor Risch for discovering the project and to Dzana for writing such an excellent piece. 

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November 16, 2012  Albert Levy
January 26, 2015 angrywhistler: Euan Uglow
January 3, 2016
December 8, 2012 felixwilson: Clover
April 22, 2017

discardingimages: skeletal system medical treatise, England 15th century BL, Royal 18 A VI, fol. 34v Miniature Skeleton, 25 B.C. - A.D. 100, Roman. The J. Paul Getty Museum, 78.AB.307

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February 21, 2014 Keith Davis Young